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Model #878469

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23.2 in. x 7.36 in. x 15.75 in. 2 gal. Silver Metal Watering Can

  • Sturdy all metal construction
  • Weather and rust-resistant for extra reliability and durability
  • Removable spout
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Product Overview

This classic styled watering can is built with durability and convenience in mind. Its sure to last you a long time and make watering your plants easier.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
7.36
Product Height (in.)
15.75
Product Width (in.)
23.2
Spout Length (in.)
3.75

Details

Capacity (gallons)
2
Color Family
Silver
Material
Galvanized Steel
Nozzle Type
Other

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

15Questions23Answers

How do file a warranty request online? I cant find the manufacter

Asked by MDA December 1, 2020
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Answers

You can call Home Depot Customer Care at 1-877-527-0313 and they can assist you!

is the sprinkler head that screws on sold separately? Mine broke off and I would rather just buy...

Asked by GNKiestwood August 21, 2020
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Answer

The sprinkler head came with the watering can in a small plastic bag attached to the nozzle.

Can you buy replacement spouts. I lost mine.

Asked by James August 6, 2020
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Answer

I would contact Vigoro manufacturer as i have not seen parts for this at all.

When will you have this item back in stock?

Asked by MacDuff July 13, 2020
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Hi MacDuff. Thank you for your question. Shipments have been delayed. Check with your local Home Depot to see when the item is scheduled to be back in stock. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC

Where is this watering can manufactured?

Asked by Molly July 7, 2020
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Answers

Sticker on bottom says China.

Are spout head threads compatible with garden hose when the spray head is removed?

Asked by robonpond June 4, 2020
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No. The threads are very fine threads and only match the sprinkler head.

where is aisle FW?

Asked by rubberduckie May 26, 2020
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look in the outdoor garden section.

The sprout snap, can you tell me what the dimensions are so I can look for a replacement?

Asked by Chris May 24, 2020
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I'm sorry I cannot because ours just fell apart and we no longer have it at all. I suggest contacting the manufacturer.

Can this be used as an outside decoration? Will the metal stand up to the weather?

Asked by GailM June 17, 2019
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I keep mine outside. It looks better than a decorated one my wife bought. I use this to water plants.

What kind of metal is this made of? Copper accents, but the main body is?

Asked by Gardener June 9, 2018
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Main body is galvanized steel. THIN galvanized steel. And the accents are copper (or maybe brass) but nonetheless - these are dissimilar materials and galvanic corrosion does occur. This is a major design flaw - galvanic corrosion occurs in the presence of water - why would you mix these 2 metals on a watering can? The result is the corrosion combined with the thin metal makes the spout fall off and the body to develop leaks over a period of about a year (probably faster for us because we have hard water).

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  • 58% recommend this product
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Perfect for Craft Project
This was exactly what I was looking for. It's late in the season so I was really lucky to find it. Had to drive 45 minutes to a home depot that had it in stock. I did spray it with a rust protectant as it's not galvanized so I expect it could rust.
by AH
These we were exactly what I needed for a craft project.
These we were exactly what I needed for a craft project.
by Shari
Looks great, I like the two tone color, just what I was looking for. Placed it on a Shephard’s st...
Looks great, I like the two tone color, just what I was looking for. Placed it on a Shephard’s staff with solar fairy lights cascading out of the spout (I had to make the holes bigger in order for the lights to fit and the spout held up just fine while drilling). We did spray it with a clear coat just in case it might rust. I’ve had it for approximately two week and I’m very pleased with this purchase.
by Lisann
1 person found this helpful
Love it! Hung it on a Shepherd’s hook and hung...
Love it! Hung it on a Shepherd’s hook and hung solar lights from it to make a stream of sprinkling lights from the spout! Beautiful! It was the prettiest watering can that I had looked at.
by DONNA
I haven't used as a watering can but I have it on my sideboard with faux sunflowers on it and I l...
I haven't used as a watering can but I have it on my sideboard with faux sunflowers on it and I love it,it goes well with my farmhouse decor
by Linzlee
Rust-resistant for extra reliability and durability? Hmmmm.....not so sure about that. It's a f...
Rust-resistant for extra reliability and durability? Hmmmm.....not so sure about that. It's a fine watering can, except that the bottom is rusting out after about 7 months.
by Joe
17 people found this helpful
Awesome canister. Built to last compared to the plastic. Wide open mouth for easy pores. I recomm...
Awesome canister. Built to last compared to the plastic. Wide open mouth for easy pores. I recommend.
by Poots
1 person found this helpful
Loved the look and the balance. It watered lightly and seemed perfect. However, took it out this ...
Loved the look and the balance. It watered lightly and seemed perfect. However, took it out this year, stored in garage, and the rose totally rotted out underneath. This would be it's second year. Of course, you can't buy a replacement rose anywhere. This was a waste of money.
by ebbrat
14 people found this helpful
It corroded to holes while stored in a dry shed! I loved the shape and design of this watering ca...
It corroded to holes while stored in a dry shed! I loved the shape and design of this watering can. It held a fair amount of water, yet not become too heavy to carry around the yard. The handle is a great shape to carry, then easily pour. Being able to remove the sprinkle spout and pour with it was perfect for the different types of pots I have. I loved everything about this watering can and planned to use it for years to come. Unfortunately, it started to change color within the first 2 weeks of using it. Okay. So it wasn't so pretty. I'm okay with that as I loved the functionality of it. After using it for about 2.5 months and then storing it in the dry garden shed for the winter, when I retrieved it from the shed to use, it was heavily corroded and leaked from the spout. The metal is so thin now even with globbing epoxy all around the spout, I don't think it will last much longer. I am so extremely disappointed! I'm giving it 1 star because I really loved the shape and size.
by Nemo427
22 people found this helpful
Major design flaw here - mixing copper and galvanized steel (very thin galvanized steel) is a ter...
Major design flaw here - mixing copper and galvanized steel (very thin galvanized steel) is a terrible idea. Dissimilar materials in the presence of water (this is a watering can - what were they thinking?) causes galvanic corrosion. Combine that with thin steel and the result is - the spout corrodes off (lasted about a year), and the bottom seam of the can develops holes where the water will leak out (took a little over a year).
by Ed
27 people found this helpful
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